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CNBC
Oct 8, 2012 6:00am EDT
to produce less smog. great thing about california, most of the time you're not moving. you're just sitting there at $5 a gallon. >> the lundberg survey says national prices rose less than half a cent over the past two weeks. you didn't play the music if it's less than half a percent. that's less foreboding. it was $3.83 a gallon -- you don't want to make fun of the music p about. >> the viewers wrote in and decided they didn't like it. >> many regions outside of california seen a decline in prices. >> i like that there's some music. >> i think it may be too loud and a little too ominous. >> nothing will spoil on your parade. >> rutgers 5-0. >> how about that notre dame game. no idea. no idea. >> i know about the giants. >> that was a good situation. yankees won. >> giants i care about did not win. they got their ass kicked twice. >> your reds, though, won. >> that's what i just said. the giants i care about got their ass kicked twice. and then maybe one more time -- it will happen in cincinnati hopefully on tuesday. that's a game i can watch p. >> if they get there, will you go? >> to the
CNBC
Oct 9, 2012 6:00am EDT
hanging below $90 a barrel. $89.81. hopefully you'll be getting some relief in california. they have agreed to start bringing in that winter blend gasoli gasoline. the ten year yield at 1.698%. dollar has been a big story, too, because of the stories about the global economy. euro at 1 .2933. dollar down against the yen at 78.28. gold prices this morning are barely budged. $1775.50. >> and now time for the global markets report. kelly evans standing by in london. kelly, good morning to you. >> andrew, hi. i was actually back in the states last week. i'm here in london, though, of course. and what's happening, markets are selling off. i'll try not to draw too much cauti cautionation there. 7:1. all of the major bourses are pretty much in the red. not a lot of positive news out there. ibex 35 down about 0.8%. all those it was down more in trade earlier. cac 40 has flipped into the positive. we'll keep an eye on clues as to whether the rest of the market can follow suit. the ftse 100, down a quarter of a percent. bae down in flaur.75%. reports that these two companies bae and eads will
CNBC
Oct 12, 2012 6:00am EDT
away from making the loans in the future? >> no, but carmela harris the attorney general in california certainly will. she took the explicit structure and embedded it in california law with the help of the trial lawyers so that if they make a mistake in servicing your loan you can sue them, and they have to pay for the litigation, by the way, the defendant has to pay legal expenses. this is common in california. >> so california is a big marketplace. >> i think it's very interesting. the u.s. government's already looking at having different servicing fees for different states, for example, judicial state where you can't foreclose. well that problem is the same for fannie and freddie as it is for a bank and if they can't get a hold of collateral on a loan, do you want to write production in that state, do you want to have different servicing fees and california is a nightmare. most people in the industry today do not understand what she's done. let me give you another example. say you get foreclosed in california. year goes by, house prices go up, you as the former debtor go back and su
CNBC
Oct 15, 2012 6:00am EDT
came, as we now have venture capital in the state, we used to have to go to california or boston to find the bc monday but now we have two companies headquarters on our campus and they're looking at florida plus the florida growth fund takes 1.5% of our retirement fund and invests it in florida technologies. >> do you need to bring academic talent to florida to bolster the school's predenials? i just figure if you're in florida you ought to be able to, there's a lifestyle you ought to be able to bring academicians in the leading field and improving the university of florida and it starts feeding on itself but you can sell the florida story to anyone i would think. >> we have no trouble recruiting to florida, place to live, fantastic, the economic setup in florida is great. we're now using that same approach to try to bring companies to florida. >> there are state schools that have the great pr, michigan, or even some of the california schools. is florida thought of that way yet and can you -- >> there's a thing called the aau, the 61 top research universities in the country. ther
CNBC
Oct 11, 2012 6:00am EDT
's like a wife swapping thing. >> vineyard is going to california to rest.ts it's like thing. >> vineyard is going to california to rest.s it's like thing. >> vineyard is going to california to rest. it's like a thing. >> vineyard is going to california to rest.it's like a thing. >> vineyard is going to california to rest. braunis the braunstein is just taking a different office. >> come on over. take your shoes off, settle in. s&p cuts spain's rating to bbb minus. if it goes below that, it's junk. which is -- i don't know what i was more surprised with, that they cut the rating or it wasn't junk already. it cite as deepening economic recession and limiting the government's policy options to stop the slide. and italy sold 2.9 billion of three year bonds that it no longer issues on a regular basis. that's the top of it targeted amount. kelly evans will join us with more in a few minutes. christine lagarde is calling for urgent action. ties are similar. >> very similar. >> to tackle the european debt crisis and spur sluggish growth. she praised recent steps but said no more needs to happen
CNBC
Oct 10, 2012 6:00am EDT
. >>> california refineries are close to starting production of that winter blend gasoline, even though they don't have win thor in california. the change comes two days after governor jerry brown authorized its sale to tame skyrocketing retail gasoline prices. >> it's not helping yet. the wholesale prices have been coming down on this news, but i think yesterday the average was $4.67 a gallon still for the state of california at the pump. >> let's talk about microsoft. microsoft ceo steve ballmer has signalled a new direction. he's pointing to hardware and online services as its future, taking a page from longtime rival apple. he suggests microsoft may eventually build its new phones. >> that's a big shift. >> it's a huge shift for them to get into real hardware. they did make one of the -- i don't know if it was the surface or -- one of the prototypes for their tablet is manufactured by them. and it may be ultimately that you need to actually do the software. >> the software gets stolen by china and all these other places. they don't pay for it. so i guess you eventually want to shift to where
CNBC
Oct 25, 2012 6:00am EDT
, didn't know what happened, and then all the way back -- >> california can't hadidn't ha bump that they were expecting. didn't show up. and the next week it did. >> should be interesting this week. went back to 380 or something. we'll see. hyundai is reporting a 13% increase in quarterly profits. in spite of labor strikes at home and a weak european market. and aetna is posting quarterly profit of $1.55 a share. 21 cents above estimates. and the aetna guy has really got a lot of play here. he hasn't been ceo for that long. >> he's come in a couple times. he's been actively involved in making acquisitions, changing the composition of the company and speaking openly on the fiscal cliff. >> i think we he definidefiniteo make -- most people assume we'll kick the can down the road, but we have the grand -- >> right. >> exactly. we need to rise above to fix. >> we'll check on the markets this morning because yesterday the markets did end down again. dow back done at 13,077, but this morning the futures are indicated higher. up 56 for the dow. s&p 500 and nasdaq futures indicated hig
CNBC
Oct 18, 2012 6:00am EDT
a profit on on a portfolio of about 300 foreclosed properties in northern california that were acquired at distressed prices. and a new report says two-thirds of the national college class of 2011 finished school with a debt. on average, owing about $26,600, that's bupup 5%. scott cohn still owes money -- no, he will join us with more on this story at 8:10. >> i owed money for a long time. when you owe the debt and then you can't find a debt that's a big problem. how do you ever think about getting ut frout from under tha mound of debt. >> makes it tough if you can't find a job. you're up. are you ready? a nice color. >> like a burgundy kind of -- >> have you worn that before here? >> is that a wine? >> it's a wine color, yes. >> have we seen that before? >> yeah, i wore it last year. my head shots are -- the new ones. >> the accessories, is that part of the deal? >> no, this one he i bought myself. but they gave me the earrings. >> do you buy your accessories? >> i have people who buy my accessories. >> i probably shouldn't admit it. >> no, don't. >> i bought it on the street in little
CNBC
Oct 5, 2012 6:00am EDT
. you can't have a part of tokyo real estate selling at price of the whole state of california. >> sam zell said you need to clear the system. sounds like you're not empathetic and sounds cruel but we never really cleared the system in a lot of these markets and you need to clear it before it can come back and he feels i think the same way. >> he was talking about the real estate market. >> right but even housing and i think even letting gm go, clear that system, he meant even let the chips fall where they may in the financial sector. do you remember, the fdic, let it all clear. >> and theoretically if you look back in hitsry, that has to happen and it has happened, it happens by having a depression, it happens by the kings cutting the edge of the gold coins down or killing all the financiers so you don't have any money, that's the old time. >> it's right back then, you still do, walk out on the east river and fall through the ice when occupy wall street takes over. >> we have not had our recession ye recession/depression yet? >> people that were unemployment had pain but not like this
CNBC
Oct 22, 2012 6:00am EDT
in california but even pennsylvania now, they send paul ryan there and the president is still going to north carolina. no one is creeding anything at this point. >> chuck todd points out colorado is probably the swing state that gets the least respect. he was tweeting about this over the weekend because it's hard to get there and so it doesn't get as much attention. >> the football team really sucks this year. right, john? >> reporter: but really look, guys, for florida, ohio and virginia, those are the key swing states. romney has gotten an advantage in florida. looks like we're tied in virginia, obama slightly ahead in ohio, republicans believe that romney needs to take all three, and he's close enough that that's plausible. >> all right, john. thanks. we'll see you and we'll do this again tomorrow morning. debate coverage starts here 7:00 p.m. on cnbc, the twicer is live, #cnbc2012 and for a chance to see your twit in the twicker. >> a quick note we just said that the bp deal had not crossed the tape, and as we were saying that, it crossed the tape so there it is, bp agreeing to this join
CNBC
Oct 1, 2012 6:00am EDT
for senator. they might have brought california back to reality but it's still out there someplace. >> texas instruments downgraded to neutral from positive at susquehanna research, citigroup downgraded to neutral from buy, interactive corp. upgraded to buy from hold and allstart downgraded to market perform from outperform, target cap remains $40 a share. >>> coming up at the top of the hour we'll kick off the fourth quarter with jeremy siegel and tell you where you should be putting your money to work and one of the fed's proponents of quantitative easing, charles evans joins us, and some of the other prospects for our economy. "squawk" is back right after this. if we want to improve our schools... ...what should we invest in? maybe new buildings? what about updated equipment? they can help, but recent research shows... ...nothing transforms schools like investing in advanced teacher education. let's build a strong foundation. let's invest in our teachers so they can inspire our students. let's solve this. we were just driving along, comin' back from the lake, and all of a sudden, ka-plam.
CNBC
Oct 2, 2012 6:00am EDT
approach to the public markets. blue harbour manages over $200 million for the california teacher's state retirement system, he's an old partner of henry kravis and used to work at general atlantic as well. we had mr. ackman on before, he takes a different approach to activism. what are you doing? >> i think it's important to tease out the difference between active ownership which is what we do and activist investing. it's a little confusing. in the corporate world activism is different, it's aggressive, from our business. i've never done a proxy contest or sued a company. we're backing companies where there's scope to unlock value and identified companies to do so. >> if a company doesn't want to talk to you, you leave them alone. >> it's more about the quality of the conversation, if we are engaging with a company and they seem to be closed minded and not open to new ideas we would invest. if on the other hand they're interested in probing ideas and looking to are ways to win this could be a good opportunity. >> let's talk about pension funds. in this qe3 world where you can't make a bu
CNBC
Oct 3, 2012 6:00am EDT
recovery in our housing states led by california up around 44%, and of course, the great state of texas is just continuing to be very strong, up 25%. >> i guess we're going to keep it somewhat short. we have a debate coming up here about the debate tonight. i am told -- were you in the audience? were you one of the 53 percenters feeling good about yourself when the 47% was brought snup we brought up? were you there for that? >> live. you were there live? >> absolutely. i was there live in person. i have to say, romney was answering a question in the context of -- >> don't give me any -- i don't want any details. he doesn't care about those people. he doesn't care about them, i know that. he's so rich. go ahead, give me the details. >> he was talking about how his campaign is going to focus on the 6% independents, undecided votes, and of course, then he talked about the 47%. as one sitting there, and i have a pretty good political antenna, within the context of his answers in the total evening, it didn't stand out. now, certainly as a sound byte, it's not very good. and i think tonight w
CNBC
Oct 17, 2012 6:00am EDT
in california, like the google guys -- >> what's the headline, the lead from the thing? >> the lead? let me think about it. >> when we come back, we'll be speaking with former treasury secretary larry summers. stick around. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and the streetsmart edge trading platform from charles schwab... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 gives me tools that help me find opportunities more easily. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 i can even access it from the cloud and trade on any computer. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and with schwab mobile, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 i can focus on trading anyplace, anytime... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 until i choose to focus on something else. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 trade at charles schwab for $8.95 a trade. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 open an account and trade up to tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 6 months commission-free online equity trading tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 with a $50,000 deposit. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 call 1-800-836-8799. bp has paid overthe people of bp twenty-threeitment to the gulf. billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas a
CNBC
Oct 31, 2012 6:00am EDT
generators shipped in from california so they can send those along the east coast. of course sandy also impacted potsville. a number of employees here have been without electricity. so they've had to work around their schedules in order to staff the overtime needed to help with the recovery effort. and also lowe's has been reaching out and putting some of their staff in hotel rooms again because they've been without electricity for a couple of days now. back to you. >> thanks, mary. appreciate it very much. with the ports closed, tankers set to deliver crude are being kept out. and joining us now on the "squawk" news line, the president of marine technologies for mid ocean tanker company and alternative capital management motc's tanker, the american phoenix was scheduled to arrive into new york harbor yesterday to deliver 325,000 barrels of sweet texas crude, but it's still on the way. robert, when is that going to get here? >> right now, we're looking at an eta of the first of november around 0400. the ship has had to stay approximately 600 miles behind the storm because of the size of
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